I'm lazy, so I take mine all at once, usually in the morning (since I heard that taking them with food helps you absorb them better). I take a women's multi, vitamin e, ginkgo biloba, calcium + d, b-complex (good for nutrient absorption and efficient energy usage, they say), biotin (good for hair, skin, and nails, and a mild natural anti-depressant), and calcium +d (always choose a calcium supplement with d, because the d helps you absorb the calcium).
Other than that--really, you can google vitamins and their uses, or if I have an issue (like when I wanted a natural remedy for strep throat), I'll google 'natural treatment/remedy for [blank]'. So, when I googled 'natural remedy for strep throat,' it popped up that garlic supplements and vitamin c supplements in large quantities would help, and that chamomile tea is a natural pain-reliever, and that mint is a natural swelling reducer. So, between the chamomile-mint tea and the supplements (and a little ibuprofen to take the edge off), I survived strep with no visit to the doctor...
Google is a dieter's best friend... Pinterest is, too... :-)
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